Edited by Robin Nunkoo
This chapter provides an overview of the knowledge concept and how knowledge transfer occurs between universities and industry. The inhibitors to successful knowledge transfer in a tourism context are then examined, along with those elements of knowledge transfer that have been successful between researchers and end-users in the tourism industry.
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